The Best Campaign Money Can Buy (1992)

In 1992, a year when the presidential campaigns cost $400 million, Frontline, in a co-production with the Center for Investigative Reporting, investigates the behind-the-scenes money givers who finance the presidential campaigns and the access and influence they gain with the candidates. Correspondent Robert Krulwich follows the largest contributors to the Bush and Clinton campaigns and traces the impact money has on American politics.

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Producer: Stephen Talbot
Correspondent: Robert Krulwich
Reporters: Eve Pell and Dan Noyes

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